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imtw AA MANCIir,STKI. VERMONT, THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 20. 1S72. YOLUMU XII.1 NTMIIKIi II. mi Tin' Maw !it"t r Journal. ii t n t i 5 V l; V J. K i : : ). . uv );.-', , 4,t, ) 1 ". Ml ttfe lt iu:sim;nn Diin.cronv m t s h m a h i: 1. 1 i' , ATTKM1 AVJ It-VSi-WXAiU k X l-A, (.. om M' I sn-lf. rfc(. i:i ' i ar- H mi . i ri')UT1 AMi (-l"'.HH'!.i AT I A ((".-a It, t- - 'til 11 w, Maw I,, o r, Vi. 11 K UrAI!)., A 1 1 n I. N ' Y At LAW. ,i, a... tin and , ; 1 ti.llii (.- 1IW "o Mam Mi' V ik. It. It. liU'iXAUi'. ATrOKJilr AMn "iH Sf.IJ.Vth Ai' I.AW, t 'iter at J.' aid tin , laitoljr l"iul .... Xnmn. J h. l:Ai ill 1.1 I !.. AITOIiMY AM) (Vi! S! 1. I."lt AT LAW. Ailiuch'ii, VI. ll. MH1.I'' ATT 0 ll S I. V A 1 I. w, 1 cik. h. Si,, I'.iuM'. !;., I '.) J. ii 1 1'1'V, ArrullM'V AM M'VNslXUilt AT mw. ! ,i ,r u, ( if : Jtn'n, - V iiiifiil. 1 lv j WAIT I.MAS A 1.! I 1, TTo!!M:VH ANO ( 'Hl'NfiLl.l.OKi AI I AW, i .t H.. ';. ;!(! iu t h!i. ,-iy, Jiijl' t, VI. ('. II. J u V K , AlT'ur.M.Y AT LAW. lU,t,nl. .... V.-rmuiit. :;?ii.',s Jt'I L C. l.AKLII, A.li.rni-y anj Ccui.ik lU-r t l-a, nl S-liulurn'i :ii.iery. iifll.-eln I'liiim l'i - k, l'!Hii'e tlic Dep"l, IliHlkiel, Viraii'iit. 511 f. L.H, 1I1.MI.NWAY, 31. V., Maiifinnt. r, V II Y H 1 C 1 A S AND K I" It (i K 0 N, Vflht si tf! Ii ii- Mti'i S'.n i t. H. 8 CT.LMMN., M. V., V. H, FXAMIMNO Kn,r.OS I t'll 1NVAI.I1S I'l ll.lulil,, lel IWIH HK 1Ti)1 ! Alw."i,t f-T W l-w.,ri!riilmr ivnl Trimn. Orte t lite lull n-i.ii ti.-e t.f lr. Oi u. I.. Amu, J , cry l'.'iiit, VI. fii.o. ii. hwirr. i II E S T I H T , j lin'.eff f.l'f,.lli! ties MttMC MlielK'.tl r Vt. I turn. ('. U:' j L. M'Ji-LLLY, M. I., I I-HY8ICIAN A Bl'ltaKOS, J AtiiiiKl.m, t.!!y Vt-riiionl. w. k . riiiLhii'K, m. i'. AlliliKlon, Vi-IIIKH:!. 1'llVSlt'lAN AND ht'liilKuS. UCii'e l llMl.i' lK'r. L . C. u Ii ll-, Vliii ni l l:-li! Ii' ! I iii .liltt'liM, JllldiTM'. FANCY (ItH'I'S, Ar. t'urinti-f MnuiA fitii.t. Mti Uw'ln-t, I ''" 1 Vn.".il. I.. )'. 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X ft w Y .! a. It I :. .4 f mrt.ial' J - ra a ttl Ifefa tif )" .i .ti-a-.i avd ulrf. . Clans'- li'ij-i-ij I a. at a. ! . Vi ! II," I.. X !i, le j ? :r. ii it V s. 1 r i M is. i ; I;. 0 l, I.. I M i X ii t X E , 1- i ! .- J V: L- i, VrBi.t V. II I'l.Vlrf, j-uruir. ra J-.:," t.i ii l' r. 1 A V K ll ' H 11 1 1 T 1. L, t, . . - . ,rmeiil I. ...j ! :!. n, w 1' l'fHl.Ml t'-l. . i.thiii' ii'fi 1' to itii ' It,. ll'tff i l.,t 1 1 ,. t I is-.r. k! t-r !.; a t i .tf i "'.. Ti t, ..;it, will, t. t . ;.!!; i,..r I (1. n.i. rt. C'.-il h:!:i Hit li !:, A (. Ut v II -l..l I n-w. k.T f.ir I ; .'i, r Willi Vt t ii.tl : n Mi, in d w i tit tte : it,; I ( i. i ai. ! f '.hi- in i ' ei'l j 1. II V V. N H ii L HI-, i riiii'i.l. i I , ! ; I , i-i.l ,!:! .mi l Similiier iinil l- A N 1 I i. I . I 'Ihm ImuM i i-niiifly . 1 sj,o the 4-Ioet door for Tom to put hi i,i.Hl.r.,t.l...til. tt--' !' ';', s.. ,1 r.U, i ,,. n;: . i - a(i", i Bsit ti I'fciii tie i ai 1 Ii. mU. II Btt iiM l."ltl in 'vry l, . l. T' r u. ri "it i.I;ip. 1 .; i. i;.w v.f ii i !'M 1 in; li i n . JuliN M. VANM.tll.ir, I'r..,titl..r. A Ii I. 1 N Ii T OS 11 O L' 1 K , A !'. lUuii.urr, I'ruprmlor. Ai"?if:t.'ii, V, iniuiil. 3'ily W A H 11 1 ,S 0 T UN 11 o T K L, i.l.ii. w. L.Vi.LK l r(i.ii tor, i-,int, , - Vermont. (e.-i.i at o aii'iMii'i f. ni'iUiii)ii Utr wummir l.uar'l-l iiri-'M.-U'UUl IJl.oMI.l.y IH'I .SK, I'.v t,. .i K. lin'ii", l'i iu . Vermoiit. Jnn Meiii mte. .;. .- U'-i'!.i l-ir fiuiiiuitT ll..iii'Un. 1:1 ih;IAi km -1. Il.tlnii. L.iuilnn House. llIK'lieli-r, VI I ). J1VM. t iljlll n tniy rmnt, Vt. tiitir, M n N T V I; 11 T 11 O T K I. , X,. .. I -i .:('ii. Vnrinuiit. -.l'VAi,li I'.K Kt.'Oltl)rt, l'ro;uielur, Tiii- ii' W Hint .mnioli.nn hotel, l.nill Io iik-i I I Hi. iu',,i!n ili tuHiiil fur i-iili rtitiiiiiii'iil, erealcil l.v .In- tenmikal'li- nietlietiial I"-ih uf MhMIu i I'ltta hi'iiii)!", will ln l'i" -lied on the Ul of June. , f..r llit -ni.'in uf 1 ',". fiiimi I MT. M A N H V 1 i; L D 11 O T K L . ' Stowe, - Viinidiil. Kiit-ei hotel, wilh nil the biodcrn improve iiitiite. AcC"miKllinn for 3CH (SuenU. S Min S.l. KL1.I.L11, Slamttnr. I1AU DWELL HOUSE lir J. W. Cbamtox, Hmlanil, Ulv Venmmt. I! W 8 A V F 0 11 D, M .infiu'lmi r el tiiki ki.i:i;!;ati:d m lauoiilin rt;.Mi ni. 1. 1 i roiiiiiiiy filled. East Arlington, Vt r 11 U h T 0 N , llealt r ill CIUHT'.llIKrt, CUOCKI-IiY, MiV (ii'UDH, Hardware, lbila, Tups, Hunt and Klioen. Ac, I'siiliy 4 ('oriiura, Voriiinnt. 4'ilyirdi J . UNDO N , liKIl KB IN neady-Matle IJoot.s lunl Shoes. Lailiin' aml'lient's, SlHe anil t'luldreD'c, of all style" and qualities, and tlilTi rent uiaiiiifaetura. All wuik WHrianteil, and nia-lu pisitl. AIbo HuM't r Hoots, Over Coat, Over .Shoes. l'awl, I, ... Vermont. N. li.-1 Iu, lilint atvk-a boot mailt! to order, Ulilli C. II. WILLIAMS, dealer ill ll It Y (iOOHS, i 11 1) (I K It I 1' s , J;i'it Hlinra, CriK-Very, Ac, rii 1 iM;inifa"turer of PALM I, I! A F IIATK, Illtii.U lieiiilnlle, Vermont AKl'.I.K W011KS, u ;.-r ;; a;, vt. T . M . C ) Ii LINN M . d p. i i 1 ,1.1.1. - M Ht ii.i I 'l'i -.111, i, r in il kii. i i ;., lllllif 'l"!', if Aineie.'M! , tt-iieliiv 4i)ll)5 W'll.I.IAM HKOWNSON, l.-ii.-e, ,,,r I i I'. W. H j in r n it Ki t i.r A SI) Jl 1 I 1 i: N H , - ill Cor.H llnui-f. (i I. ii V I 4H ' M iv. i;i t n, ... Vn.a.'NT 'II.I.IAM M0KU1S, 1 AiNi l li, tiliAlNKII ASH 1' a per II a n g ( r. i i i, r !. ;'.; . i at 1. r, rain' iw will rcetue l 2i. 1 -71 lsvir.i Mi 1. I 'I'lIK NATIONAL i.in: iNMUANci: company If 11,1 !. H IO -.'Ail'- UK AV;i;ui A, W'-i:ii r ', - - I :"-'!" i t.'-i.i i u i ,i.i (.,, il ,a,.e., .1,1 if 1,'h-jntt, ' ll .. out i f ti.i- I- -I ci-.!t,:.--. i ii.-j ni..' ,. ni iht wi.iU. ( -a U,fi , ST K I l.xv AT i.'-w I. M I s W!lll M.l'!MT.t-MliAiT AM.l't:F'TstitT;ITVj 'lnli j till' f ' ca of f-.a e i il l, at vt il ei.iiUie s Oil- ma ;'Mi i,a tn-i-n Bli.'ai;i -i. d. f. A. HATCH III 1 11, Vli.ru L;ii, X"fi!n,i,l, Bil.t 1,1 I bUi.JCUiU l'-Ubtf. "v xt'iTv 1 1 rvT'PVss ivTmTmvy- . "V 1 lU A L VUJI ' 1 Su;s i. : ioi' m'a Oilke, Troy, N. Y. i-riX'IAL NOTICIl i NATIONAL r.Xl ULs.S COMPANY (,,1.-111.1 TlfTira F "fwaidira l-j a.i ; aria el iLt World. l'.A -MM Si'i'lMH 'Y .. A:l-al.jr, V. tw-al, Kkia. Lrtt . - - IJi Fr-oa.'lwky. 13 f l-taj.K l-.n.l,'.:!.. ( t-..t f I uil- a A I i.l Ma. 7 A Tiam il Aliln-a. . - li.iliiad iriH, K II VIlMiIL. Uiamai fetfetltu-vlt nt. ' l':Hi a- !''.. 'tx'Uir-l, it-t, I ait.l .1, lit'! !.!!.' in .i.l w l.i-ii T'liii t";.ili r fr'.l Iw.i.l- i ci -':, . in ! b:.in,i-d l.lm in l! ' Willi LT 1!" I'lil' ii ,i'l. Aii'lwliiu lh' 'sri)ii j:v c,iionl, ftntl llicy wt-iil In l.nu-kfi'iiiiis in cty l'ii,U-ii-t nf a l '.iic ln'iiM .n il,c with 1 H.!.' l' lilt' U It , t'VlTJ blniy '!T)il,t'Mrt . ni! ..it- .if l,a; . iiit 1'T tin- I'li-lly '. t.ii.if. An.l. liutli Id irii, Nt-llie t'artn was 'i rylisi i y. It ir a very j-k-!.-anl thinjj ! lo j,'') U lmii-i ki t J'iiij? l"l tl.c Iiit tiini-, iHi rvi'i j iliiiifi i-j'ii k-ainl-i -tin. ni'W nnJ ;i.iiny, null il ym I.avo mmhc one von i Iom' very umrli I'"!' a cuniauitii it i ; ftiil i -Ieastttitrr. j Now cllie did love that great bluii- tiering Tom Caller with all her mitfht B,l main, itml lhtie wu only one tiling j (o il.i-lui Ij li r I'i'iTi-'T 1 are. M,e ' N !: tw. !, burg. Iho very l ink of lii!ine, ami Tom t!e ' w til keep things huiuly. Whal'n the use iihM eari'levx Ifl'.ow alive. ol hitviii; a hou-e if you rnn't keep things lloki pt hi ierti neat and iiieo vUvro ou want to? Imt he ki pt hi" pn ooiml lu loiiint;'. any-1 Tum's lai e jjicw ri'ildi'f and retliler. thin el-c. In vain did i-llie lii'ititl a He (,i ,,()k miIici-, and Ihi'ii broke in hmiiU e tiifrini) eaxe, and tm U it in-j to a )iin.'li . Oh, that's your name, is it? rnj.piii ,i.-.ui,, r.u,.... p.-. inr lliem tiutk-r the parlor ofa, 'to have 'cm handy.' In vain did i-hc gently stij; j;il Ihul tho rack iu the hall was tl.c place for hi-i hat and overcoat. Tom would lliutf his overcoat, wet or dry, on her pretty, -moolhly made, bed, and and drop hi hat any where. In vain did Nellie make a plat o lor ev erything, for Tom invariably lui-sed cv cry thin;,' Iu i-ouu; olhci place. Now lit tle Mi Nellie wits only human, mid Toiii'h tdovenly ways iiiinoyetl her cx cci.'tlinly. !he resolved not to i-poll the peace of their cosy home by n'ohlinj;, but liuw to cue him Mio could not tell. bho boie with hint with the patience of a it anj,'el, till one morning alter he had yoiio up town, i-he went into the parlor, broom in bund, and there lay Toiii'h big shawl right across Iho centre-table, rulli lely crushing beneath it tho Irilles ly ing on the inatblo lop. Now I can't, xtai.d tliis ttntl 1 won't 8aid Xellie, us she carefully raised the shawl from tho delicate treasures, and discovered the ruins of a favorite llohc miau vase. I don't know what to do, but Ibis I won't have fclie continued, with the lit tle bit of wifely Biiup, which every good wife must havo if nlio expects to get along at ull with that occasionally un reasonable animal, a man. Some way must itntl t-liull be UUeov- cicij to emu Tom of etioli pei Omiuncti, as this! went on Mrs. Nellie, ns kIio re moved the ruins of her vase, ami all the morning she went around at her work wile scarlet lips closely compressed," and u little Hash in her brown eyes which ar gued well lor Mr. Tom's domestic sub jugation. Woimtn'H wit, having a will, seliloin fails lo find a way. And when a deter mined little woman says 'must' and 'shall' masculine insubordination might as w ell surrender at once. Ilefore Mrs. N'ellio closed her bright eyes that night, she had arranged plans for the campaign againa t her liego lord, who slept tho sleep of innocence at her side. Hut the meant to giva him one more chance. So, alter breakfast, when Tom drew on bis boots and gave his slippers the usual toss under the sofa, she gently said : Tom, dear, hadn't you better put the slippers in tho case? No, let 'em alone, they'll lie handy to night. Hut, Tom dear, Ihcy look so untidy. Why, no they don't. A thing looks as well in one nlaee as another. What's jthtju-eola man's having a home, if he 'can't keen things where he wauls lo? said rebellions Tom. t hat s the u.-e o( keeping a woman on her feet all day to pick up things after Jtitl? a-ketl Nellie, without the least show of temper. Don't pick 'cm up. Iust let 'em alone, and then I can tind 'em when 1 want em, declared Tom, a,s he gave her a kiis ami look himself olf. And the moment the door closed on him, Nellie's red lips romprcs-cd again, and her brown eyes wore the same look they bail worn yesterday. War it U, then, she said to herself. Now Ma-lerTom. we shall see who wins the field. Hie set ijuictly about her morning's work, and when Tom came home to din- in r everything wasiu it u-oial good or- : upon hisforhead, unlil be looked like an tier. It remained so, and Nellie busied ' old bald gnome wilh a double pair of hcr-clf wilh her sewing until nearly Sexes- "You sec she it very much young lime for Tom to return to supper. j or than yourself , ami " Th ii slie arose and put away her xvoik I "J'lea-c be so kind as lo mi ml your 'and prepared to open the campaign. t Fit st she put Tom' slippers where he ; !xx ax s left them, under the sola. Then she tossed his shawl upon the piano antl ! his best hat on the centre-table. She ; brought some of her die-n s and Hung : them ai ros. Ihc chairs and on Iho sofa. Her furs and tacu.uo reposed in Tom's! e-pe. ial arint hair, and her be-t bonnet I kept Tom's slippers company untie ,het stifi, whi.e Lir own thppers lay on mantel. And (hen, thinking th-t feminine in- genuity could make no grenur sat i ilke ! u,n Ur n,,,U? Un'"ct "I l" l'!,- ! of . rochet work and sal down. , 1 r-M?ul;y ti,e door opciif.1, ami m ; w alked Master Tom. He gave a low I whiatie of serpri-c at he glanced at the jtinunis.1 diaottler, ami at Neliie, silling j calmly in Ihe the mid-t with her rrochel w Oik, ai.'J li.tu tame into tlie tMil. I l..ue-t leaning, Nell? be tsked. Oh, no. Why? iiJ Nellie, lookiisjf tip : in twrt-t onHM-i.utie. I thought msx be ..u Lad ln; that'; ail, rtniitked Tom, tit; ly, a be looked j for a jhn c to it down. : Nellie qtik'Jy j-urtucd Ur work. Presently Tom amd l'a;i r tuii.c this evi'iiii'i; I N 'l J !, answered Nt liiv. Tom g iivc a half Nt liii-, 1 int-l (.rai'i r up town. ud he (.end onif one to fait Wtta to Mt after : tne am! Ihtti lt y ie a jthhi lei i in.ii.ietu.n make, tlinn ee Imperii td liy'd .-all round hi evening. ! lnrUiidetl eonndereI t.f an ajre.it who ! meaner. T he only way In alonj! ii. n.T in evt ty one thry cine iu rontaet rr well, l'rolmhly he won't eoinc I- had aleoml,d with more money than ; wi'h 'n 1 w hen he t-oiiic at on wilh; wilh. Itimvi-iil jTrw.n, who never fore tea. It will he ready coon, iaid : vc con 1,1 well alTord to )oe. Monicon her non.ene, i to j;ivo her (it f.-r tat, j dreamed of Kiiiijj; ollem, are Hon Nellie, woikinc away in demure imio- w a old and feehle, and Hewitt' w ile and .lhat w ill Humum her, and when : ihel to find m uitfortnnato word ornio. i lav very ill. m 1 wa the one to io. 1 1 ym jat-l a jjirl fliimnmxed t,he U a niee . tnentaiy tai iturnity inUtalen for an In- lUI'nt yon heller pit k up thinK a hi- i lie 1k fore he con.es mid Tom, p.ncinj i uneasily around the room. i Oh. mi. Jim let 'cm lie, aimwrred v..uu ' Hut they iook o had ! i-aid Tom. j Oh, no, (hey don't, niitl Nellie, an j nw - liy a Ih'Coio. A thing looks as well in n i!acc as another. Tom's line rcdili'iieil. 1 never aw vtmr room look lik thi before, he ail hoilatinj;!). ( tthiitiklu't like to Imvc anv oimj rteii in. 1V nut .' t,:inl .Nelln!. o ntiiilit Its he mid. Trying to lu at inc with my own weapons, aro you, little woman? Well, don't you like thuilau! said Nel lie, demurely. No, by Ceoiige, I don't cried Tom. Well, then, I'll make a bargain with you. As long us you will keep your things in their places, I'll do tho sumo wilh mine, and whenever yon don't Oh, I will! interrupted Tom. Come, Nellie, I'll own up like a man you've heat me this time. Only just straighten up this awful room, ami I'll never throw anything down again. There, now, lets kiss and make up, as the children say. Nellie rose, and laughingly held up her sweet mouth for the kiss of ncacc. And then under the mngit: influence of her deft lingers, confusion was suddenly ban ished, and when Granger came around to spend the evening, ho decided that no body had a prettier wife or a tidier homo than his friend Tom Carter. Wise littlo Nellie, having once gained possession of the matrimonial fluid, took good care to keep it until Tom was (juito cured ol his careless habits. Sometimes ho uecmed threatened with a relapse, but Nellie, instead of scolding, only had quietly lo bring something of her own and lay it besido whatever ho had tossed down, and it was sure to ho put away immediately, for, Tom seldom failed to take the hint. And if sonio other littlo woman, as tidy and w iso as Nellie, takes a hint also, this Biory win havo sci ,cit lis puiiv.so. My VVIiIow. lit HOCHKSTEU. Jones advised me not to marry her he said she was too young ami pretty. Fariium advised mo to be an old bach elor; told me a man past forty simply made a fool of himself by matrimony. Tewksbiiry, a man who is notorious for never minding his own business told me she had had a love all'air with Hairy lliriningham beforo ho went South. Allen shook his head, and said Clara Myers might be very pretty, but he liked somebody inatnrer and well settled. N 15. He married his housekeeper next week, and sho is mature enough for Mo tlitisaleh himself. Kvcrybody thought I was frying a dan gerous experiment, but 1 didn t jirclcnd to suit everybody: so 1 simply suited myself. I went quietly to church with Clara Myers, and married her one glori ous January morning, when old St, Taiil's was fringed with glittering icicles and the brisk wind was freighted with the particles of Hying snow, like a hat talion of diamonds on a double quick. She was nineteen, and I was nine and ihirtv. She was as beautiful ns a rose; I was a rough old rotlger, sound cnoii at heart, but hko a winter apple, very unpromiMiig on the exterior. In short, we were as unlike as May and November, and the good-natured world shook its head and said, "no good can come of such an unequal match." I!ul she said she loved me, ami I believed her. Nobody could look into Clara' blue eyes and not believe her, don't you sec. The next day 1 made a will, and be queathed all my properly uucondition ally to my w ile. "Are you sure you arc doing a wise thing, Mr. l'olliolt," said Mr. Marilyn, the lawyer, pushing his blue spectacles own bu-iiie-s,'' said I, brusquely." "Don't be olleiided, Manlyn, but people seem to think I inn not abt to attend to toy own afl'jir.'' "Just as yon plea'' said Mardyti, in a rage. "I am a mere tool m '-our hands.' "That's il exactly," taid 1. Sol i ,.(! ,j,0 wi! sm wet home to triara. "Oh, Paul, you must not die," said ; t-jaril w,n k.rej K,k, ,on I told her w hat 1 had done. "Nobody ever loved j (C truy and generously a you have 1 ,.,, c, and I don't know what I should do if oo were laken away." j .Ty.n WM , yowlg I'.;m;,IKl.am if all ; r jk-ih are true," I mischevouaiy began, ; lnlt t),e ttlll ou n.rV. lip Mopjsed me. A mf.re butterfly," she said haughtily, i, ut 4.k!((.r ,rslM or t,riucli,!e. r,,tj, iM,i, I have found a abetter iu , ....... iflVtn l,,.arl. and I mean l nestle thcie alway." Ami then she cried thi fixdith, tofl- hi nrtd little w ifo of mine. j'Jl;e iel Ttwksbury might Ure call - tj ty, jncy. Fat num would htve sid it w a acting. But it wa very pleasant, and I felt mc-rc lLau ever Ike man wlo ,n found koine j'leciou jewel, and wear it like ftii amulet on lii bna-l. Sj Ihe tliinf went eti, until the finn of n"l,i. )i I as niaiiBfitiL' tiartmr luH'did to kied f lara gtiod-bye cheerfully aa I i could, fnllv cl.e. tinjj to he bark in three i l;y than a l.y can now m a year, month' or'ao. 1 1,llt Kil Is ,!,t'"' wiU1 ' n,1pr i I had to follow the aseut up into ihejawhile which l.oy never do, and they i IMlni.im r tnitiaI fell 111 of oim r,f; Httle down a ealui and pkeitl aa iniitl-! ihoce burn'uijc rlimalo fever in the bnng- alow of an old unlive lriet, and month flew by, until it was more than a year be fore 1 found mvKelf on the deck of tho "lilue-eycd Mary, ' steaming into New York harbor. And all tho time Clara bud not heard a word from me. I had written to her to prepare her for what seemed almost like my rising from the dead, but of the neglectful native servant who had undertaken to deliver tho mail to thtt Calcutta orliec. "Hut it don't mutter so much now," 1 thought, "ho will be tho more delight ed, poor girl!" And then a cold chill seemed to creep through nil my veins, like a November' wind suddenly breathing across a bed of flower. Clara had heard nothing of me for nearly lilfeen months what might of happened in that time? All that Tew ks biiry, and Jones ami Allen, and all prophetic ravens of my acquaintance had said, reoccured to my mind like the bur den of an uneasy ilrraml 1 hud been counting the hours ami the very min utes until wo should touch port but now that my feet rang onco more upon the pavement of my native cily, I aelual ly dared not go home. I turned into a down town restaurant, where I had been wont to go iu tho days of tny bachelorhood, ami slunk into that dark corner the twilight was just fall ing, and I was sheltered by the partition. Hush! that was Tewksbury's voice, harsh and jarring as of old. "Just what might havo been expected," said Tewksbiiry. 'Trelly and young widows don't go begging iu this mark et." "Folliolt might have known it," growl ed old Fariiuin. "J'oor Folliolt ! there were some good points about him, too! sid thing that, very sad thing I" "Wo mus't all die," said Tewksbiiry, gravely. Yes, but a lellow would naturally prefer dying In his bod to being carried oil' by an hast ilium lever ami uurien in the jungles.', I shuddered. Had I come home to my own funeral, as it were? "And is sho going lo marry you Bir mingham after all?" added Farnum. The paper dropped from my hand. I could havo told Folliott so when found out what a confounded idiotic will ho had made, said Tewksbiiry. So gold has fallen again. Just my luck; I sold out to-day. I stayed to hear no more, but stagger ed out in tho darkness with ouo idea whirling through my dizzy brain my Clara was mino no longer. It was questionable what Tewksbiiry had said ; I might havo anticipated some such end. Sho was too young, too love ly for such a rough felloxv as I was. My widow 1 what a curious sensation the words gave as I mentally pronounced them. Under my oxvn window, with the ruby rctl light shining through tho wine- col ored damask curtains, I stood there feel ing as Kip Van Winkle might have fell in the play liko a deatl man walking on the earth once more. Voices ami lights were within. I opened the door softly and crept into the ball. The drawing-room door was ujar Clara herself stood before the fire with frill of w hito crapo on her auburn gold tresses tho awful sign of her widwhood Directly opposite Mood Harry Birming ham, looking diabolically jouug and handsome in the soft light. Clara, Clara, he cried, you surely are not in earnest. Yon will reconsider? My answer is filial, she replied. The time might once have been when I fan cied I had a childish liking for you, Har ry Birmingham; but that lime has long passed away. I gavo my heart to the best and noblest heart that ever breathed Paul Folliott and in his grave it i forever buried. I loved him once; I shall love him on into eternity ! I never xvas half worthy of him, but Ami Clara's voice was choked wilh sobs. My love, my darling my own prcious wife. How I ever got into the room how I managed to make comprehend that I was my own living sef,jind not a ghost arisen from the sepulchre, I cannot tell I to Ibis day neither can she but I know ! ,iiat Hinningham some-how .lis - ; 8,tlCar-d, am! I was Maudlin? with Clara 1 1-hn.iieil In inv ln-easf. il.e loiiii.iet man ! that ever breathed fiod' blc-ed sir. For Jones, Tewksbiiry, Farnum and Co., were all wrong and to ue Jhe word of the orthodox fairy noriea, sleightly paraphrased, I and my widow lived happy ever afterward. A Mlddlr-alard Hoy'a ton, lt l (Ills. I ' w ith w nse but not reason, show ing their (irl sre the most uiiaccoiinlithle nature iu their countenance, and oti n thing iu the world except women, j marring repose ami friendship by tin ar - Like the wicked flea, when you havciranU.il nistiicion, aro found in all our i il.em then tint there. I can cil-htr clear ! over to imp roper fraction and the teach- j "There are some people, yea, many f !er say I doit first-rale, but I int ti- pie, alway looking out for tlight. 'I hey phcr out a girl, proprr or improjrf-r, and ' cannot carry on the daily iiercourse of the. ! you csn'l either. Tlie only role id arith-1 family without fcome ofr-ne U delgnat - :metie that hlu their .ae i the double '..!. They are a touchy a hair trigger. I rule of two. They area full ol Old j 1 they meet an ':quiutiUiK ou the street S Nkk at their tkiti can hold, and tieylwho happen to be preoccupied with ; would da' if tl y eoiildii't tn iru nt sin- jbody. When they try M lf m mi they j are a inejui puK y, Ihoiih Ihey anil : mi'-'tn a Ihov let on, pxerpt soiiip- !'- A ;irl ran niw limre wild oat ; puddle, ltut I like gil l fnsl-mle, mid . I guess all bo tlo. I don't care how 1 many trick they play tin mo and tin j don't t ine eilher. Tho hoitj -toityesl ; girl in the world can't ahvay boil over j like a glass of soil. By ami by they. will get inlo trace with 'somebody they i like and ptil! a steady as an old stage- j lior-e. So let them wave, I sy, they ' will pay for it soino day, sewing on but tons and trying In make a decent man of the fellow they are spliced to, and ten chances lo one if they don't gel the worst of it. A ln, iiian'a SI, k hllil Doctor I.emoni was one of Iho most ourteous and a liable of Paris physician. Ho w as once called upon bv an athletic, ruddy personage, who certainly teemed iu no individual need of the distinguish ed doctor's services ; (ho latler too, iu a kind ellort to leassure the embarrassed visitor, addressed him with the usual politenoss and condescension. Monsieur, I am tho proprietor of a menagerie, saiil the sq.iaie-slioiiliicieti man, and one of my children is sick Exactly, my friend. Of what, nature Is the disease? He ran a splinter inlo his thigh; it is very ugly, monsieur, nut i am run enough to pay well. Very well, my man, replied (lie doc tor, tinablo to suppress a smile at Iho simplicity of his visitor, we will talk of that after a while. Tell me explicitly what is the matter with your child. Monsieur, tho splinter has festered iu his thigh, and ho will (not let any ono touch it; ho is headstrong, though, ho is very gentle. It will bo necessary, I know, to perform a slight operation; but if ho is violent and headstrong ab ttl it- Leave his violence ro me. How old is he? Four years only. But I am afraid he will bit or scratch lfyou attempt to touch it. You must administer chloroform. Not at all, my good man. Your child cannot bo very dangerous in tho exorcise of his temper if ho is only four years old. But ho is largo for his ogo No; 1 will go with you to see your boy. Il were folly to administer chloro form in such a case. But, monsieur, you do not know him so well as I continued tho man impor tuuatatcly. I pray, I beseech you to take tho chloroform ull tho same, in case you should need it. To dispel tho anxiety of tho nervous man, Doctor Leinoni carried with him tho required antesthetie, and shortly ar rived at tho house of tho beast tamer. I have put him up stairs, doctor, where the poor fellow would be undisturbed. Ascend with inc, please. They moulded lo a kind of Jolt. The doctor having entered, tho showman fol lowed, and closing tho door behind him, quickly locked it. The former turning iu some supprisc, descried a full-grown lion slowly approaching them, wilh un un questionably wicked untl menacing snarl. The beast tamer grew pale; ami when he addressed the soothing brute language to the animal his voice trembled. The doctor became ghastly pale ami covered with a cold sweat. For heaven's sake, doctor ba quick ! whispered the bciiil-lamer, hoarsely; he is ugly to-day. Still showing his while Iceth, the lion crouched in the attitude preparatory to a spring, lie tlasiim mo cjiioroiorm wmcii he held iu the animals face. The latter recoiled, antl begun to droop under the t fleets of tho drug. This permitted a still further adininstratioii of il, till he was finally stretched powerless before them. The operation required was then made upon the wound, und the proper restoiatives applied. Neither the doctor nor the showman spoke a word until they bail descended the steps. Monsieur, said the showman, you have saved, by your wonderful presence of mind, a life whose value is incalculable to me. Permit me to offer you my grate- tul thanks and give you your And ho handed the note. other a hundred li line Thank you Monsieur Domlcur, replied the pbysicjaii, and when yuii again have need of sei vices fur a similar ca-e, I pray i'yoii - I will ceiminly call you in. No, no, that is not what I int. pmv summon some other doctor. Ic,i l ton 'loo i-,ialiv. lid Here i a abort item we find floating aroiiuil on the uiiknott i Wit of jourti.tli-tii that many men should paste in their hate ami ladie on their bounds, if room an be found on "the little dust of a thing. " Tlies iieiiiile. liable lo ouit k eiiiitions. ! eillea. 1a I Ibem read and l.rofil bv thia! bn-'lm'x. ti;-y ttiil.nle;i.i alwti aetion in nMne mode .eivon;d to tlicrnelve, and take tiiniuiie eordins. They H? on oi!n r the t u I of (lur irritabililv. A 111 mil. To . the It a-l, the Imhit U linlor- innate, u i tar w ier io laKO ti.o more ' '"iti'! viev of our fe!ow-beinc and not Mippo.e a li;ht 1" inlended ttnlwa ihe Jit'j;lect I open and tli.et't. Alter all too, life lakes IN hue in a great do greo from the color of our iuii.il. If we ate h unk mid generous, (he w oi Id treat Us kindly. If, on Iho contrary, w e are supiciti.is. men lent n to be cold and can lions to us. t.ct a peason get the repula- lion of being touchy, and in this w ay the chances of an imaginary oU'cmx? U vastly increase, 1." A milnr Martyr. The following is fioni Iho Nashville I ii ion; When contumely is nought In begixeua pci-im the namo of the dog I often used, and ye! this brnlo most fre quently ot any other is man' best friend ami faiihl'iil protcrlnr. Wednesday af ternoon as Mis. W. i, Woodiulf w In her yard near the nice track sho aw a mad dog making towards her, evidently desirous of making an attack. Being some distance from the bouse too far, In faet.lo re tell Iho door beforo the mad dog could sci,o her, the allilghled lady thought of her own faithful dog, which she called to her assistance. Hearing the screams and tall of her mistress, the dog, with an alacrity which seemed lo spring from a t-nnseiou-ncss of Impend ing danger, hounded forward In lime lo attack the mail dog just as t ho Infuriated beast wits about to seizn Mrs. Woodruff. Now ensued a conflict between tho two dogs w hich litsled two or llirco minutes, enabling Mrs. Woodrull' lo get inlo her house ami shut the door. It was doubt ful which would prove the mastery, when a colored man came to the scene of conflict. N't) sooner had he neared tho tings than tho rabid one attacked Iho col ored man, who, having picked up a fence rail, defended hiim-elf Its best bo could. It was wilh (litllcnlly ho kcptrlearof tho dog, which endeavored to sprlnff upon him, but was finally felled to tho ground ami thou killed by Iho colored man. Mrs. Woodrull's faithful ani mal was badly billon mid considerably worsted, though it hail saved ho Jifo of its mistress, Afterwards this dog gavo O' ' .orto fit l.j-.l,.r.i,l,iltl, whot, 14 waa lOiiml necessary to kill tho animal which had saved a human being from a horrid fate. tini-oiii'iiae lliil,ii-Ha Mitt, Encourage your business men. If yon would havo your village ami town pros perous. Their industrial, mechanical or commercial enterprises aro essential to the protltablo use of capital In your vl cinlty, (ho employinsnt of laborers, tho increase of population and tho develop ment of the resources, of your locality. It is a great mistake in tho peoplo of any toxvu to hold enterprising business men at arms length, and lo stand iu doubt of them, watching for the fust breath of suspicion that they may fail, and catch ing at tho first sign of faltering in prompt demand lor pay. Such a course is a ln juriotis to tho public interest as it is to that of tho Individual. Tho success of a business man is a public benefit; and his failure is a real disadvantage to ethers, ami often proves a serious mislortiinn to a village. It is painful, therefore, to witness tho hnste wilh which some men pilch Into another's property with writs on tho slightest breath of rumor about, shakiiiess til" standing. Scarcely any business mail can answer the unexpected rail of every debt at one and the same instant. Time is a necessary aid to adjustment antl II i wholly unrcusonublo lo sweep down ll stirring bu-lncss man, upon tho Idlest rumor of a biting tongue. Let it never be forgotten that the private a well a the public interest is concerned in tho proper encouragement of business men, iu their enterprises, ami Unit every mini iu the more quiet and retired walks of life owes, at least tho debt of gootl xvill to every laudable enterprise ami its ellicient projector. riii i,l I 'iiil Iroi. California Is a state owning a great ileal of good fatte. lis latest evidence of these qualities is Ihe appointment of a professional arhoj iriilliu it, at a salary of : 1 ii.issi a year, whose sole duty Is to at- ! tend t, the planting of forest tree all over Ihe slate. No belter improvement i than this could lie enuei iveil and execiil- J cd, and it gives a hope for other and old- cr statu, that Hie bei coining pitifully hre. Through some pari of New York ami ( 'olilioi Iii lit lO'lib miles along litete wind fir mile and a tirnes, where !M1 even a slump i It-It of ail the beauty wilh which llfy were once eovereil. The farm er of our slain e.pet i(.l!y seem, a a lsfnly j to have an insane abhorrence of ll'eca, ami cut ihem without tti.ii'' or remorse, I'oit-sls in List di-appeaiing in stove, and ti.i it i- no! tl e slighn st ulleuipt to : phmt other. (,'aiiloriii shame u. j ', In l.o- UiiHIlu Nib,r. Of all Iho love blkdi In Iho world ! none an turpas ti e true love of a big ' hoy for hi mother. It i a love pure atid i.oh;e. honoi able in Ihe highest decree to , botli, I d wl mean merely t dutiful ' st! t'.oii. I iin-aii a love w hi. Ii make, a boy guiiai.t and courii o., (o hi moiber, , aj ing l -verxV..!y plainly that he 1 ' fairly in Jove with L r. And I never yet knew a boy lo "turn out'' bad who began i by filling iu lov with hi mother.